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Sal Fisher at Girl Scout Camp (1959)

by Lillian S. Gardner

Other authors: Mary Stevens (Illustrator)

Series: Sal Fisher (3)

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Second printing March 1966 Softcover good condition $1 aquired before 1994
  pnmarks | Sep 18, 2009 |
From cover: It's scary, but it's fun--that spooky story that Bill tells around the campfire. But then, Sal loves almost everything about camp--the hikes, the swimming, the cookouts. If only she hadn't made that awful discovery about Denise! Sal doesn't know what to do. How can she be silent? Yet how can she tell the truth? Fun--Problems--surprises. Sharing them with Sal Fisher is like spending a thrilling summer at camp yourself!
  Sasha_Doll | Jul 25, 2007 |
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Ten year old Sal Fisher attends Girl Scount Camp for the first time in this third book devoted to her adventures. Here she experiences all the amazing aspects of summer camp: making new friends, sleeping under the stars, swimming, learning new skills, trying new foods, etc. It is a summer of joys, fears, frustrations, and fulfillment for young Sal as she grows in so many ways. A lovely story that I would love to see reprinted for todays girls.
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